Pilgrim's Promise

Pilgrim's Promise Valeria Brewster Wasn T In The Least Interested In Bart Thomas He Was Just The Man Who Paid Her A Fat Salary For Looking After His Unhappy Teenage Daughter, And Valeria Was Good With Children Why, Then, Should She Find Things Getting Out Of Hand So Easily When Bart Was Around It Wasn T As Though She Was His Type Of Woman She Left That Sort Of Thing To Blonde Bombshells Like Amele Poitras The Problem Was That Bart Didn T Seem To Agree

Emma Goldrick is the penname used by the marriage formed by Emma Elizabeth Jean Sutcliffe, borned 7 February 1923 in Puerto Rico, and Robert N Goldrick, borned on 22 March 1919 in Massachusetts, USA They met in Puerto Rico, where married She was a licensed practical nurse, volunteered with American Red Cross and she taught American Sign Language and he was a career USA military man Thirty year

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  • Paperback
  • 187 pages
  • Pilgrim's Promise
  • Emma Goldrick
  • English
  • 21 March 2019
  • 9780263761337

10 thoughts on “Pilgrim's Promise

  1. says:

    Now, this book was so much better, it had characters with depth, even the confused little teenager hanging on to the hope that her actress mother who had clearly abandoned her would reconcile with her father.The heroine is a school teacher but not a typical one and she is smart, funny and into social activism and even though she doesn t like the lawyer hero hoping to be a judge at first, since she sees him draped over a blonde and his messed up daughter, she agrees to take the job since the pay is good and before she knows it, the daughter is adjusting better and the blonde is gone and for the sake of the hero s judicial aspirations, she s wearing a rock on her finger and screaming she won t marry him even when she buys the wedding dress.I liked how even though we didn t get the hero s POV it was obvious he was hell bent on getting her to marry him, after all he was appointed to the bench and there was no need for him to insist for her to marry him and keep her in the dark about it and the reason was obvious, love.It was realization that came later for the heroine though.I enjoyed the book.

  2. says:

    This was OK At the beginning I thought the H was too much of a sleaze to ever be acceptable, but by the end, he d convinced me.

  3. says:

    Aw This book is so cute and the premise is quite well in regard to the behavior of the child realistic Children do hate interference in their parents time by some new party and most kids from divorced families keep hoping for a reconciliation Usually this approach makes the kids look angry and bitter but here you could empathize with her as did the heroine Also, there a certain thing which goes with all of EG s books such as heroine thinking to herself and keeping things real words of wisdom an independent heroineOh, what the heck The whole book was lovely The End

  4. says:

    I ve always considered Emma Goldrick as one of the Harlequin Romance editions of Julia Garwood Aside from the zingers between H h, both authors like to put their heroines in strange situations where they have to find their way out in a comedic fashion.Valeria starts out as a school marmish disciplinarian who unveils her oddball, eccentric character as the story progresses Hired to teach circumspection to a rebellious teen ager, she soon finds herself embroiled in political gossip which threatens to derail the judicial nomination of the hero Bart I found the running joke her insistence that she s not getting married ever to him entertaining She contends that she s only going so far, and nothing , even though it is most evident that she is being slowly reeled in Bart serves as a foil for Valeria In the beginning, he s depicted as a shameless Don Juan, a shirker of parental responsibilities, and a stuffed shirt But as with the episode of the catamaran, he s not above playing practical jokes and baiting the heroine to see her reaction However, as there were so many secondary characters, like the girlfriend, the ex wife, nosy neighbor, and especially the troubled daughter, there s a sense that the relationship between H h wasn t as lengthy and the hero wasn t as fleshed out as they could have been with less minor plots I wanted of the dialogues between H h, found in the beginning, to show his growing affection and to bring emotional impact As it is, there was only one page of I love you and then it was back to humorous interplay Frothy read.

  5. says:

    meh.just okay A little too cutesy for my taste. I found myself rather annoyed with the heroine most of the time.

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